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How do you create a space conducive to creative thinking? A number of recent books explore the working environments of creative people in search of hints and inspiration.They are spaces that reflect the real lives of people," says Ted Vadakan, co-author with Angie Myung of the new "Creative Spaces: People, Homes, and Studios to Inspire" (Chronicle Books). They talked with 23 creative people in a range of disciplines.An abundance of plant life is also a common feature in creative spaces, as are displays of eclectic objects that trigger ideas or memories.Creative spaces also should be orderly, Aragon says, with lots of natural light if possible.Aside from these general themes, creative spaces are as individual and wide-ranging as the minds inhabiting them.
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